Rep. Diana DeGette returns to a Washington marked by greater Democratic control and a partial government shutdown. She talked about ending the shutdown, and why she believes President Donald Trump is racist. Then, how teen vaping became an epidemic and what to do now. Next, DPS teachers prepare to strike. Also, learn about a new CPR program, Snap Judgment.
DeGette Talks Shutdown, The Wall And Trump's 'Racism'; How Teen Vaping Became An Epidemic
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